Trade unions under military rule in Myanmar - conference

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Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, London
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Join PCS at a one-day conference for the UK trade union movement to engage with the issues of trade union repression and human rights abuses in Myanmar.

Passed at last year’s annual delegate conference, motion A296 called on PCS to ‘Work with the Myanmar unions in their struggle to win democracy and trade union rights in Myanmar’.

Organised by PCS with support from No Sweat, Global Women's Strike and the Peace & Justice Project, a special solidarity conference with the Myanmar unions will take place on Saturday 20 April at Friends House in London.

Join us to hear from Burmese trade union leaders on the situation of the workers' movement in Myanmar since the coup in 2021, learn how the Burmese people have resisted the military dictatorship, and find out what trade unions in the UK can do to support them.

Register online to attend the event.

There is also a comedy night benefit event at the 100 Club from 6.30pm on Saturday 20 April, featuring Mark Thomas, Susan Murray, Don Biswas and Tansy Hoskins in conversation with Khaing Zar Aung. Tickets are available through WeGotTickets.

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173-177 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ